Beautiful home on a budget

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Harvest House Publishers, Jan 1, 1998 - House & Home - 96 pages
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Simple, creative ways to make your house a home without breaking the bank: window and wall treatments, table settings, basket arrangements, special touches for every room of the house, simple flower arrangements, focal point settings. Yoli is an interior designer who has specialized in decorating on a budget. She did the set design for Welcome Home and has consulted with Emilie for many years.

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User Review  - Pattistreasures - LibraryThing

not at all what i expected. Thought it would be a full sized decorating book.... ummm nope... gives hints and ideas but really now what I was looking for. recived from swap group Read full review

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User Review  - Julie - Goodreads

Good, if unoriginal, ideas, with a pleasant Christian perspective. But, whoever heard of an interior decorating how-to with NO PICTURES??!?? Read full review

Contents

Who We Are and Why We Wrote thU Book
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Whats My Sty U? dISCo vI RING you USE IF AS A I c o R A I o R
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Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Barnes is the founder of More Hours in My Day time-management seminars.

Brogger is a creative designer of interiors, home accessories, and florals.

Tammy Maltby is a writer, speaker, and media personality. For eight years she was the co-host of the four-time Emmy-nominated television talk show "Aspiring Women" and has been featured on other television shows such as "Focus on the Family, Life today, The 700 Club, and Midday Connection". She serves on the board of the National Woman's Ministry Association, Christian Woman in Media and Arts, and Woman of Courage International. She and her family live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Ann Christian Buchanan is a respected communicator with more than twenty-five years experience and considerable success in the gift and inspirational market. She works regularly as an editor and maintains an active sideline of writing liner copy for publishers. A Texan by birth, Anne lives in Terre Haute, Indiana with her professor husband, two dogs, and three cats. She and her husband have one daughter.

Sparks is an artist of the Emilie Marie book for girls

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